Solar Light Vendor Shoots Man Who Refused to Buy His Product

Man Refuses to Buy Solar Light, Shot Dead in Davao del Sur

A solar light vendor shoots a man who refused to buy his product in Sitio Lawis, Barangay Bato, Sta. Cruz, Davao del Sur.

A crime is an action or omission that constitutes an offense and is punishable by law. It is considered harmful or dangerous to individuals, communities, or society as a whole.

Any behavior that violates the law and is punishable by the state or other authority. This includes actions that cause harm, injury, or damage to individuals or property, and activities that disrupt public order or threaten the safety and well-being of the community.

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Murder is the unlawful killing of another human being with intent or premeditation. It is considered one of the most serious criminal offenses and is punishable by law. It involves the deliberate act of taking someone’s life with malicious intent or premeditation.

Penalties for murder vary by jurisdiction but often include lengthy prison sentences, life imprisonment without parole, or capital punishment (death penalty) in some countries and states.

On Tuesday afternoon (May 28, 2024), a man was shot dead by an armed seller of solar lights. The Sta. Cruz Police identified the victim as Eduardo Nebres Jr., 33, who was at home drinking coffee with his live-in partner.

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According to reports, an unidentified man knocked on their door, attempting to sell solar lights. When Nebres declined to buy, the seller forced his way into the house, insisting on making a sale.

Nebres repeatedly refused, and the suspect shot him multiple times before leaving the scene.

Police recovered several bullet casings, believed to be from a .45 caliber handgun. The Sta. Cruz Police are now pursuing the suspect and investigating whether there were other motives behind the crime.

In a previous report, a customer returns alleged expired canned sardines, vendor refuses refund

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